Victorinox Limited Edition 2013 Damascus Explorer “Carl Elsener”

The 2013 edition in the Victorinox Damascus series was a Limited Edition Explorer. The Victorinox Explorer was Carl Elsener Sr.’s favorite SAK model. Elsener passed away in 2013 and to commemorate him Victorinox released this Damascus Limited Edition with his autograph laser etched on the front. The scales are hardwood; the ones on this particular … Read more

Victorinox SwissChamp with rosewood scales

The Victorinox SwissChamp is arguably the most iconic Swiss Army Knife. It’s the largest regular knife although several larger models primarily aimed at collectors exist, like the SwissChamp XLT, SwissChamp XXLT and SwissChamp XAVT. For me, my interest in SAKs started back in the 1990s when I borrowed a friend’s SwissChamp. That’s why this iconic … Read more

Victorinox Rosewood Executive

Here’s another Victorinox Executive. This one has rosewood scales with a silver painted shield and cross. It took me a while to find one in (near) mint condition. I do have another one in my collection but on that one the shield has worn of.

Victorinox 74mm Travel Sprays

Over the last few years I’ve added ten different variations of the 74mm Travel Spray to my collection. I’ve never used one and they are a bit of a weird gimmick, but somehow I really like these. I’m a big fan of the 74mm line of Swiss Army Knives and I like the scale designs … Read more

Victorinox 74mm refillable travel spray with wooden scales

And another travel spay :) This one has scales made of wood. Which is nice, since it’s my first 74mm model with wooden scales (apart from a customized Executive I bought from a Spanish guy). It still in its packaging. On the back it says that tweezers are included, but this wooden version has no … Read more